Museum celebrates 'The Real Thing"
For more than a century, the fragrant essence and delightful fizz of a freshly-opened Coca Cola bottle has delighted millions.
"The following church news items were submitted for the week beginning Feb. 24."
NCTC volleyball team donates to local nonprofit organizations
The North Central Texas College volleyball team is carrying on a tradition by donating gate receipts from their 2012 home volleyball matches to area charities.
Saint Jo Riding Club holds youth awards banquet
The Saint Jo Riding Club held its awards banquet for its first Saint Jo Youth Rodeo Series.
Supporting cancer research
Era High School sophomores wore pink recently in support of Breast Cancer Awareness month observed annually in October.
Slate's Explainer: If Maria Shriver takes Arnold back
When divorced couples remarry each other, how often does it work out?
Sudden cardiac death less likely after exercise, study says
People whose hearts stop functioning during or shortly after exercising are three times more likely to survive than those who have cardiac arrest unrelated to working out, researchers said.
Friedrich joins Butterfield staff
Butterfield Stage Theater has a new assistant manager.
Game warden hosts fishing event for local students
Cooke County game warden Darla Barr faced a dilemma Friday morning — to fish or not to fish.
Strong’s memoir is true story of early Cooke County
W.T. — sometimes called “Billy” — Strong didn’t come to Texas with any illusions. In his memoir, he says that when his family talked of moving to Texas from Illinois, not everyone was sold on the idea.
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